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A Tale of Two Factions: Myth, Memory, and Identity in Ottoman Egypt and Yemen, State University of New York Press, 2003. [Reevaluates the foundation myths of two rival factions in Egypt during the Ottoman era. This revisionist study reevaluates the origins and foundation myths of the Faqaris and Qasimis, two rival factions that divided Egyptian society during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, when Egypt was the largest province in the Ottoman Empire. In answer to the enduring mystery surrounding the factions' origins, Jane Hathaway places their emergence within the generalized crisis that the Ottoman Empire–like much of the rest of the world–suffered during the early modern period, while uncovering a symbiosis between Ottoman Egypt and Yemen that was critical to their formation. In addition, she scrutinizes the factions’ foundation myths, deconstructing their tropes and symbols to reveal their connections to much older popular narratives. Drawing on parallels from a wide array of cultures, she demonstrates with striking originality how rituals such as storytelling and public processions, as well as identifying colors and emblems, could serve to reinforce factional identity]

Hausig, H. W. (ed.), Götter und Mythen der kaukasischen und iranischen Völker, Stuttgart, 1986.

Haxthausen[-Abbenburg], A. F. (von), Transcaucasia: Sketches of the Nations and Races between the Black Sea and the Caspian, London: Chapman and Hall, 1854.

The Tribes of the Caucasus with an Account of Schamyl and the Murids, London: Chapman and Hall, 1855.

Haywood, E. (ed. and arranger), The Standard series, book two: Ballet music etc. for piano, London: Keith Prowse, [n.d.]. [1score; contents: Leo Delibes, Naila -- Valse (Coppelia) – Scenem (Coppelia) -- Mazurka (Coppelia) -- Doll's waltz (Coppelia) --Tschaikowsky, Marche (Casse Noisette) -- Russian dance (Casse Noisette) -- Danse des mirlitons (Casse Noisette) -- G. Bizet, Minuetto (l'Arlesienne Suite) -- Entr'acte (l'Arlesienne) -- Carillon (l'Arlesienne Suite) -- Leo Delibes, Scarf dance (La Source) -- Intermezzo (La Source) -- Circassian dance (La Source) -- Scherzo Polka (La Source); 56 pages]

Hedeghel’e (Gadagatl’), A. (compiler and editor), НАРТХЭР: АДЫГЭ ЭПОС. Nartxer: Adige Èpos. Narti: Adigski èpos [The Narts: Circassian Epos], Maikop: The Adigean Science and Research Institute, 1968-71 (7 vols).

Geroicheski èpos ‘Narti’ adigskikh (cherkesskikh) narodov [Heroic Epos ‘The Narts’ of the Circassian People], Maikop, 1987.

Hef’its’e [Khafitsa], M. (Мухьэмэд М. ХьэфIыцIэ), ‘Zhizn i tvorchestvo adigskogo pisatelya Sultana Kazi-Gireya [Life and Works of the Circassian Writer Sulht’an Qaz-Girey]’, in Sbornik studencheskikh nauchnikh rabot [Collection of Students’ Works], Nalchik, issue 5, 1970.

Wegw Vaghwe Sch’ilhe Vaghwe [Stars in Heaven and on Earth], Nalchik: Elbrus Book Press, 1984.

Lhewizch (Legacy), Nalchik: Elbrus Book Press, 1988.

Yuri Temirkanov, Nalchik: Elbrus Book Press, 1992. [In Russian]

ХАМЭЩIЫМ ВАГЪУЭХЭР ЩОУЖЬЫХ. Xamesch’im Vaghwexer Schowzchix [The Stars Are Dying Out in the Foreign Land], Nalchik: Elbrus Book Press, 2006. Online. Available HTTP: <> (accessed 31 March 2009).

Hek’wasche (Khakuashev), A. H., Yape Adige Txak’wexer [The First Circassian Writers], Nalchik, 1974.

Adigskie prosvetiteli [Circassian Enlighteners], Nalchik: Elbrus Book Press, 1978.

Yex’wl’enighem yi Xech’ip’exer [Sources of Success], Nalchik: Elbrus Book Press, 1984.

Hemenway, S. R., The Sculptor's Beau-Ideal, or, The Circassian Orphan: A Romance of the University and the American Studio in Florence, Woodstock, Vt.: Printed at the office of The Spirit of the Age, 1970.

Henderson, E., Biblical Researches and Travels in Russia including a Tour in the Crimea, and the Passage of the Caucasus, London, 1826.

Henderson, E. J. A., ‘Acoustic Features of Certain Consonants and Consonant Clusters in Kabardian’, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 33, 1970, pp 92-106.

Henning, W. B., ‘A Spurious Folktale’, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, vol. 21, no. 1/3, 1958, pp 315-18. [On the Ossetians’ claim on a Kabardian folktale]

Henze, M. L., ‘Thirty Cows for an Eye: The Traditional Economy of the Central Caucasus: An Analysis from 19th Century Travellers’ Accounts’, in Central Asian Survey, vol. 4, no. 3, 1985, pp 115-29.

Henze, P. B., ‘Fire and Sword in the Caucasus: The 19th-Century Resistance of the North Caucasian Mountaineers’, in Central Asian Survey, vol. 2, no. 1, July 1983, pp 5-44.

— ‘Circassia in the Nineteenth Century: The Futile Fight for Freedom’, in C. Lemercier-Quelquejay, G. Veinstein and S. E. Wimbush (eds), Passé Turco-Tatar, Présent Soviétique. Études offertes à Alexandre Bennigsen, Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters et Éditions de l'École des Hautes Étude en Science Sociales, 1986, pp 243-73.

The North Caucasus: Russia’s Long Struggle to Subdue the Circassians, RAND Report (Document no. P-7666), Santa Monica, California, 1990.

— ‘The Demography of the Caucasus according to the 1989 Soviet Census Data’, in Central Asian Survey, vol. 10, nos 1/2, October 1991, pp 147-73.

— ‘Circassian Resistance to Russia’, in M. Bennigsen-Broxup (ed.), 1992, pp 62-111.

— ‘Conflict in the Caucasus’, RAND Report (Document no. P-7830), Santa Monica, California, 1993.

— ‘Islam in the North Caucasus: The Example of Chechnya’, RAND Report (Document no. P-7935), Santa Monica, California, 1995.

— ‘Russia and the Caucasus’, RAND Report (Document no. P-7960), Santa Monica, California, 1996.

— ‘The Land of Many Crossroads: Turkey’s Caucasian Initiatives’, in Orbis, vol. 45, issue 1, winter 2001, pp 81-91.

Henze, P. B. and Wimbush, S. E., ‘American Middle East Policy: The Need for New Thinking’, in Caspian Crossroads Magazine, vol. 2, issue 3, winter 1997.

Heqwn, B. Yu., АДЫГЭ КЪЭКIЫГЪЭЦIЭХЭР. Adige qech’ighets’exer [Dictionary of Circassian Flora], Cherkessk, 1975; second edition: Nalchik: Elbrus Book Press, 1992. Online. Available HTTP: <> (accessed 21 May 2009).

Herbert, A., Casuals in the Caucasus: The Diary of a Sporting Holiday, London: John Lane; New York: John Lane Company, 1912.

Herzig, E. and Kurkchiyan, M. (eds), The Armenians: Past and Present in the Making of National Identity, London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon, 2005.

Hewitt, B. G., ‘“The North Wind and the Sun” in Literary Adyghe’, in Bedi Kartlisa, Paris, 36, 1978, pp 338-47.

— ‘Caucasian Languages’, in B. Comrie (ed.), 1981, pp 196-237.

— ‘Lexicography of the Caucasian Languages II: Northwest Caucasian Languages’, in F. J. Hausmann, O. Reichmann, H. E. Wiegand and L. Zgusta (eds), Dictionaries. An International Encyclopedia of Lexicography, Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, vol. 3, 1991, pp 2418-21.

— (ed.), Caucasian Perspectives, Munich: Lincom Europa, 1992.

— (ed.), The Contemporary North Caucasus, London: School of Oriental and African Studies, 1993.

— ‘The Caucasus’, in The Times Guide to the Peoples of the World, London: Times Books, 1994.

— (ed.), The North-West Caucasian Languages, Vol. 2, in J. A. C. Greppin (series ed.), The Indigenous Languages of the Caucasus, Delmar, New York: Caravan Books, 1994.

Peoples of the Caucasus, in the series The Times Guide to the Peoples of Europe, F. Fernandez-Armesto (ed.), London: Times Books, 1994; paperback edition, 1997.

— ‘A Suggestion for Romanizing the Abkhaz Alphabet (Based on Monika Höhling’s Adighe Alfabet)’, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, vol. 58, no. 5, 1995, pp 334-40.

— ‘Roman-Based Alphabets as a Life-line for Endangered Languages’, in Festschrift for Alexandr E. Kibrik, Moscow, 1998a.

— ‘The Languages of the Caucasus: Scope for Study and Survival’, Open Inaugural Lecture at The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 13 January 1998b.

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